Mopar vehicles for Jeep Safari
Mopar, Chrysler’s tuning division, is bringing some serious hardware to the 44th annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah after the tuning house revealed today the first sketches of their vehicles set to be revealed at the event, which takes place from March 27 through April 4.
The four tuned-up vehicles Mopar is bringing with them includes the Jeep Patriot Extreme, Jeep Wrangler J7, the Jeep Wrangler Trail Boss and the Ram Power Wagon.
The Jeep Patriot Extreme will come in a bright orange paint scheme that’s highlighted by black accents on the off-road vehicle’s grille and hood. In addition to that, the Patriot Extreme will also come with a two-inch Rocky Road Outfitters suspension lift, TJ ‘Moab’ 16-inch wheels and BF Goodrich KM2 tires.
Then there are the two Wranglers: the J7 and Trail Boss. The J7 is based on the four-door Unlimited Rubicon model and was designed as a peg for future military-issued vehicles. On the other hand, the Trail Boss is a two-door Jeep Wrangler Rubicon that is built for off-road fanatics that enjoy getting their Jeep dirty as dirty can be.
Finally, there’s the Dodge Ram Power Wagon. Unlike the standard four-door model, the Ram Power Wagon will only come with two doors and a load of other features including flat black accents on the wheels, grille and hood, which was also subtely underlined by a neon green stripe. The Ram Power Wagon also comes with a customized bed that has an external full size spare tire rack.
Stay tuned fore more details!